Allergan Relying On 'Six Stars' And Other R&D Programs To Blunt Restasis Blow
Allergan will spend 2018 trying to shift investor focus from the loss of Restasis patent exclusivity in the second half of the year to the company's R&D pipeline, including the late-stage "six stars" highlighted in 2017 and mid-stage programs that are moving into the spotlight.
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